Ananka Fishbein is your average person with an interesting past, and an even more interesting future (no, she doesn’t travel through time). She meets up with Kiki Strike, and with some friends they explore a hidden city underground. But who is Kiki? And what are her true motives for searching this hidden city?
I really enjoyed this book, though I did have some problems with it. The story was fascinating and gripping. I wanted to know what happened next. And then I still wanted to know. And then I still wanted to know. And then—Oh my goodness! I finally know!. And then WHAM! New story.
Kiki Strike seemed to me to be two (or maybe even three) novels squished into one. You go along this entire intricate plot and then it just… stops. Then, after a very brief reprieve, it picks right back up again.
Now I think you should either extend the reprieve, or get rid of it. Because with the break in the story being so short, I had a hard time understanding the characters’ minds (which seem to have changed quite a bit).
That’s my only complaint. The rest was fab!